Includes all of the standard gates you need — such as AND, OR, NOT, XOR, NAND, NOR, and XNOR. Includes many other primitives, including tri-state buffers and pull up/down resistors.
Did you create something more complex from the primitive gates, and you'd like to reuse it elsewhere in the same file? Bundle it up as a reusable "integrated circuit", and you can drag and drop it just like any other component.
Analyze all parts of your circuit with automatically generated truth tables. You can create a table for the current selection, for a custom integrated circuit, or even for your entire file. You can export the table as a CSV file too.
Pause the simulation, and step through it to watch how the signal propagates. Or, reset the simulation entirely to start fresh in a "just turned on" state.
The simulation supports four types of signals, including true (1), false (0), high impedence (hi-z) and a special error state. Any of these signals may be used as the default for inputs too.
Strict mode doesn't like unconnected "floating" inputs, and requires a little more disipline, but you can turn it off, if you prefer.
Let students experiment in a "no worries" simulation where undo is a click away — before building physical circuits.
Duplicate parts of your circuit, and easily move creations from one file to another.
Navigate your circuit like a pro by zooming in or out and panning in any direction, just like you would with a map.
Easily save your creation to a file that can be re-opened and edited later, attached to an email, or shared over a network.
Create a hard-copy of your circuit on paper to hand-in to an instructor. Or display it on your refrigerator!
Customize Logicly for your curriculum by building libraries of custom circuits that students can "import" into their work.
Open more than one file at a time, each in its own window.
Watch as the wires and lamps change color, based on the current signals passing through them.
Choose between IEC and ANSI/IEEE logic symbol standards.
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